There will be two WS-DL classes offered for Fall 2010. CS 418/518 "Web Programming" will be taught by Martin Klein, but it will be similar in format and content to prior offerings, especially in respect to the focus on LAMP. This class involves significant programming, developing a single project throughout the semester. It is a good complement to CS 495/595 "Web Server Development" which last taught by Martin, in Spring 2010. 2010-08-30 edit: The class page for CS 418/518 is now available.
I will teach CS 895 "Time on the Web", a new class that will deal explore the issues of Web resources evolving through time and how we interact with them. Aside from the canonical background readings, we will focus on current and recent projects such as our own Memento & Synchronicity, as well as OAC, Zoetrope, The Re:Search Engine, ADAPT, Past Web Browser, and other projects and papers to be determined. This class will be heavily oriented to research and will require the students to explore and investigate topics on their own, develop prototypes, and present the results to the rest of the class.
I'll update this entry when class pages are available.
2010-08-30 edit: CS 895 will begin on September 8th (not Sept 1), 4:20-7:00 PM, r. 3316.
2010-09-08 edit: the CS 895 class page is now available.